The Kentucky House Of Representative Candidates Forum For House Districts

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The second group I attended was the Kentucky House of Representative Candidates Forum for house districts: 7, 11, 12, 13, and 14. This group was attended by me via online and took place on campus at Brescia University in Owensboro Kentucky. The Candidates Forum was held on Monday October 17 from 7:00pm-8:30pm CDT. The scene was that of an auditorium with six candidates seated at a table in the front and to what appeared to be the group moderator at a podium to the right of the room. The camera did not focus in on much of the audience for me to give an accurate description, but there were several members there to observe and many had questions for the Candidates.
The Kentucky House of Representatives Candidate Forum was an open-ended group. In other words, it was open to the public primarily because it had a political agenda for gaining voters for the Candidates that shared their views. The Candidates Forum can be identified by several of the groups mentioned in our text, but the two groups that I feel best fit the description are: Educational group and a Focus Group. First, I identified it with an educational because the Candidates objective is to educate the viewers on their political stance in the race as well as educate the viewers about important issues that need to be addressed. Lastly, I identified it with a focus group because a focus group ‘is closely related to task groups and problem-solving and decision-making groups in that they identify needs or issues,

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